We know that girls often hit barriers in STEM disciplines due to a gender gap and societal expectations. However, in an all-girls learning environment, there are no stereotypes about what girls like or where they can excel. We believe that all girls benefit from a solid foundation in math, science and engineering. Our curriculum also includes computer science, computational thinking.
Read more about the All-Girls Advantage,at the National Coalition of Girls’ Schools website.
STEM at Bryn Mawr
Our program encourages girls to explore their interests and passions, whether directly in STEM fields or by using technology to engage in real-world problem solving on campus, in the community and around the world. When you combine strong mentors, reduced gender stereotyping in curriculum and classroom, and abundant learning opportunities, the results are clear.
23 Students participated in the first ever Quantum Computing Course lead by MIT and Oxford